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 Dec 13 awarded Popular Question Sep 6 comment Can you prove $F=ma$ mathematically? So $F=ma$ is derived directly from an axiom Apr 29 accepted Radius of convergence for series Apr 29 asked Radius of convergence for series Apr 28 comment exercises for Euclid's Elements You can find some on archive.org. Just search "euclid exercises," or something related. Here's one example: archive.org/details/euclidbookwithn00euclgoog. Also you can just look for copies of the elements and sometimes they put exercises at the end of each book for schools back in the day. hope that helps, I'm looking for some good exercises as well Apr 13 awarded Critic Apr 13 awarded Popular Question Mar 17 comment Arc length of astroid $x^{-2/3} + 1$ though, right? Mar 17 asked Arc length of astroid Mar 15 accepted Compute surface area about the $x$-axis Mar 12 asked Compute surface area about the $x$-axis Jan 7 awarded Notable Question Jan 7 comment Pouring shampoo into a bottle at 16.5 cm³/s I gave as much info as the book gave me. I don't get the hold. I even included a photo and the questions that I had trouble answering, and the answers! Jan 5 accepted Pouring shampoo into a bottle at 16.5 cm³/s Jan 5 asked Pouring shampoo into a bottle at 16.5 cm³/s Dec 26 comment Is there an English translation of Diophantus's Arithmetica available? In Steven Hawking's "God Made the Integers" he has books II, III, and V, in English. Dec 17 comment Derive a formula for the volume of the wedge in terms of the constants a, b, c. I'm having trouble connecting it to the 3rd dimension. Another similar triangle? Dec 17 comment Derive a formula for the volume of the wedge in terms of the constants a, b, c. It is the vertical height from the $a$ line, parallel to $c$ Dec 17 revised Derive a formula for the volume of the wedge in terms of the constants a, b, c. deleted 92 characters in body Dec 17 comment Derive a formula for the volume of the wedge in terms of the constants a, b, c. Yes I believe so. I see the way I'm doing it now is not working